Scott Upton has been named branch manager of PacWest Machinery in Spokane, Wash.
PacWest Machinery announced that Scott Upton has been promoted to the position of branch manager of its Spokane, Wash., operation. Previously, Upton was the used equipment manager of the company. PacWest Machinery covers eastern Washington, northern Idaho and northeast Oregon from its Spokane location.
“We are excited that Scott has taken on this important role for PacWest,” said Jolene Logue, president of PacWest Machinery. “Scott has been an important part of our management team and his general management experience will translate into superior service for our growing customer base in the Inland Empire.”
Upton has enjoyed a successful career in the construction and related equipment businesses, including business development, service, general management and equipment fleet management. His experience has included exposure to an extensive range of industry segments, including civil construction, mining, timber, road construction and aggregate processing, among others.
“This is an exciting time to be with PacWest Machinery,” Upton said. “The company represents an excellent line-up of leading manufacturers and operates in a growth region of the United States. In addition, the sales and service team in Spokane has expanded and continues to be intently focused on delivering outstanding customer support.”
PacWest Machinery is one of the newest Volvo Construction Equipment dealers in North America with responsibility for the sales, rental and aftermarket support for the full line of Volvo's general production equipment, road machinery and compact equipment.
The company also sells and services machinery from Metso Minerals, Roadtec, GOMACO, Tymco, SDLG, Etnyre, Broce Brooms, FRD Furukawa and Genesis. PacWest Machinery provides equipment and services to customers from four branches located in Kent and Spokane, Wash., and in Portland and Eugene, Ore., plus additional support from an extensive mobile service fleet.
For more information, visit PacWestMachinery.com.
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